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How can you boost your maths grade from a 4/3 to a grade 7 as it's proven to be possible as example from other students , but seems impossible in my head 😯😯😯😯?

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Take lots of practice papers to establish your weaker areas in maths. Once you know what type of question it is that you are struggling with you can improve those areas. Once you know the problem areas revise them, ask teachers, tutors or use online resources to understand how to do that type of question and keep practicing. If you put the work in and don’t give up It will be possible in the end.

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